Episode 17: Importance of Gut Health when it comes to Bone Health

Stronger Bones Lifestyle Podcast: Take Control of Your Bone Health


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[1:51] Two things that will build bones
[2:50] From the mouth to the anus
[3:28] You are what you absorb
[4:03] Osteopenia definition
[5:03] Minerals play a critical role
[8:09] Supply the bank
[9:09] What are the symptoms of an unhealthy gut
[9:50] The size of your gut
[12:59] Whats getting in the way of your nourishment
[14:16] Top 5 foods to avoid for gut health
[19:21] Substitutes for a healthy gut
[24:04] Seed your gut garden
[25:59] Four musketeers of bone health
[27:30] Pay attention to your gut health

The link between gut health and bone health

Welcome to the Stronger Bones Lifestyle Podcast. I am your host, Debi Robinson. In this episode I will be talking about the link between gut health and bone health, the symptoms of an unhealthy gut, substitutes for a healthy gut, the four musketeers of bone health and why you are what you absorb.

For some there’s more going on and it may take months or years to heal what you need to heal but it is a lifestyle.

So pay attention to your gut health when it comes to bone health, raise you awareness. If you want to be in control and take charge, number one place to begin is in the gut.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Yoga can stimulate bone growth in your 20’s and can reverse bone loss in your 60’s. Yoga creates stronger bones because it has 10-20 times greater pressure than gravity.
In addition to bone growth, Yoga improves balance, anxiety, and posture.
The osteocytes in your legs govern your appetite, which is why Yoga promotes weight loss.
Rotation is completely safe for women suffering from osteoporosis or osteopenia. Safe spinal rotation involves having proper length and extension in the thoracic curve.
Yoga done for 20-30 minutes every day can protect your cognitive function.

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